Paul Reichmann, Fibra Uno and the Farca/Salame Trust have joined forces to partner in the development of Torre Diana.
The Torre Diana project is a 33-storey, Class A+ office building located in Mexico City's Reforma Corridor, the City's central business district and most desirable office location.
The project will be built on 6,243 m² of land to be owned by the Torre Diana Trust. A construction license for the project has already been issued, and design development and construction drawings for the project are being prepared.
Torre Diana began construction in April of 2013 and Anchor Tenant(s) will be able to begin their tenant improvements by mid-2015. Substantial completion of all exterior work and the interior common areas is scheduled by the end of 2015.
Torre Diana has an efficient and productive design and the quality is comparable to the best in New York and London and to Torre Mayor in Mexico City, Mexico's tallest skyscraper, also built by Reichmann. Torre Diana will certainly become one of the most extraordinary additions to the Mexico City office market for many generations into the future.
Mexico has the strongest Latin American economy together with a continually improving business and political climate. Mexico City offers an opportunity for businesses to establish or expand in a location that is becoming increasingly important as North American and other foreign trade and investment grow in Mexico and Latin America. Torre Diana is situated in the Reforma Corridor, the heart of the traditional business district of Mexico City and Torre Diana will be completed in time to take advantage of this growth cycle.